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Visible Human Server
The applet should appear in a separate window in a few
seconds. The paragraphs below provide a quick overview of
the features of the applet and how to use them.
If the applet does not start or does not behave as
expected, please check our
How to navigate within the Visible Human
The applet provides three forms of control for
navigating within the Visible Human. By clicking on
the buttons (1), you can select a standard slice
orientation (axial, sagittal, coronal). By clicking
and dragging either on the small 3D model (2) or on
the currently displayed slice (3), you can move as
illustrated on the figure below.
When using the left mouse button on the miniature
3D model, the slice follows the mouse cursor
position. When interacting on the displayed slice,
translations and rotations are carried out
relatively to the current slice position and
To adjust the performance of the applet, use the
sliders provided on the navigation panel. Requesting
higher image quality or more frames per second will
require more network bandwidth and processing power.
Using the markers
The applet provides the possibility to add markers
to the dataset. The markers are fat polylines that
allow finding one's way around during navigation. To
create new markers, use the markers menu to first
create a new collection, and then add markers to
this collection. To place a new point for a marker,
make sure it is selected and click on the slice view
with the left mouse button while holding down the
Alt key. To add more points to the marker, repeat.
Saving and loading markers
You can load a marker collection from the server by
selecting 'Load slice or markers' from the File menu.
This will show a dialog box with all of the data you
can load. Marker collections can also be saved back
to the server with the 'Save markers' option. Only
the marker collection that is currently selected is
Saving and loading slices
You can save your current position (slice) to the
server, and reload it at a later time. To do this,
select 'Save slice position' from the file menu. To
reload the position, you can use the 'Load slice or
markers' option from the File menu. You can also
find your saved slices in the saved data section of
the web site, where you can get the slice as a
standard JPEG file for future use.